Men's golf continues to improve in Arizona
GOODYEAR, Ariz. – For the second straight day, the Northern Colorado men's golf team put together its lowest round of the year, as it shot a 285 (-3) in round two of the Desert Shootout at Palm Valley Golf Course.
"Today was a good starting point as we finally put together a pretty good round," said Northern Colorado head coach Chuck Scheinost. "We definitely could have shot lower, but it was good to finally put together a low round."
Steve Bidne remains in contention for a top-20 finish in Arizona, as the senior put together his second straight 2-under par 70. After two rounds, he sits in a tie for 22nd with a two-round score of 140 (-4).
"Steve put together another solid round for us," Scheinost said. "He struggled hitting the ball, but he managed to scramble around and still put together an under-par score."
Boshoven sits in a tie for 44th after putting together a 144 (E) and Bisogno sits in a tie for 66th with a two-round score of 148 (+4).
For the second-straight day, Alberto Dell'Anna put together a 1-over par 73 and sits in a tie for 55th.
Oklahoma continues to lead overall with a two-round score of 544 (-32). Individually, Oklahoma's Abraham Ancer (-12) and BYU's Zachary Blair (-12) sit atop the leaderboard.
The Bears will look to put together a third-straight low round in the closing day in Goodyear and move up the leaderboard.